When it comes to prosecuting Trump, it’s not a matter of…


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When it comes to prosecuting Trump, it’s not a matter of ‘if,’ but ‘when’ | Opinion


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  1. It’s probably taken this long for all of his attorney’s to realize “ya know, I’ve really fucked up here…”

  2. Excerpt…

    >There is no longer any question or doubt about whether a former president will be criminally indicted for the first time in American history.
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    >The questions remain: When will Trump be charged? And for what crimes?
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    >Unless the DOJ finds a way to combine the crimes of seditious conspiracy and obstruction of justice pertaining to Jan. 6 and the crimes of espionage and obstruction of justice pertaining to Mar-a-Lago into one complicated case – highly unlikely, if not impossible – then look for the Justice Department to either prosecute its classified-documents case in the spring of 2023 or its seditious conspiracy case in the winter of 2024.

  3. Whatever happens I hope its permanent not some wimpy token sentence.
    If and other fraudster was caught doing what Trump has done they’d be long gone by now.

  4. The issue is that it’s going to take the Supreme Court to actually convict him of anything and I seriously doubt they are going to do that considering he gave a good chunk of them their job.